Seven teams remain when it comes to season 29 of “The Amazing Race,” and while the competition should be fierce as the battle rages on to get to the finish line first, the issues seem to stem more in the individual partnerships this time around.

Each episode of the season thus far has seemed to showcase at least one team having it out with major issues or problems. Though the producers of the CBS show may have hoped for such a situation by casting all stranger and pairing them off in a schoolyard pick, some of the teams also seem as though they are beginning to self-destruct.

Read: Who Will Win Season 29 Of  “The Amazing Race?”

Keeping the issues they’ve had in mind, as well as their performances thus far, here’s how we think the remaining teams will fare throughout the season:

Tara Carr And Joey Covino (#TeamMomandDad):

TeamMomandDad, "The Amazing Race," Season 29 Tara and Joey have started to emerge as one of the stronger teams, meaning they should be safe from elimination a little longer on “The Amazing Race.” Photo: Trae Patton/CBS

The odds are somewhat in Tara and Joey’s favor that they will make it far in the Race, possibly even into the top three. We initially saw very little of their partnership in the first three legs, but they’ve started to get more of a focus on them now. Though they did have one spat during the “Knock It” Detour in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania, they still managed to come in first on the leg. They got along well in Norway as well, finishing first again. With two first place finishes in a row and a great relationship together, there’s a good chance they’ll continue sticking around.

Ashton Theiss and Vanck Zhu (#TeamVanckandAshton):

Easily the most mis-matched team from the beginning, they seemed to be making it work even when Vanck was giving Ashton directions in scientific terms and measurements. Maybe their feud with Matt and Redmond got them working together a little better, but with that now behind them, it seems like the tensions in their partnership are worse than ever, and they genuinely do not get along. That seems to still be the case now, and if they genuinely never found their groove as a team, then it seems most likely that they will be the next ones eliminated.

Matt Ladley and Redmond Ramos (#TheBoys):

TheBoys, "The Amazing Race," Season 29 Matt and Redmond have proven to be the strongest team to date physically and have a great relationship as well, keeping them safe from elimination on “The Amazing Race.” Photo: Trae Patton/CBS

They still seem to be the odds-on favorites to win, as easily the strongest team physically left on the Race. They have proven they can get almost any task done with incredible speed, and work well together overall. They did put a target on their backs with their initial battle with Ashton, but have since tried to bury the hatchet there as well. The only thing that seems likely to take them out would be something out of their control, like a terribly lost taxi driver or massively delayed flight.

Liz Espey and Michael Rado (#TeamLizandMike):

TeamLizandMike, "The Amazing Race," Season 29 Liz and Mike had an epic blowout in Norway on “The Amazing Race,” and won’t likely stick around much longer, but they should be safe for another leg. Photo: Trae Patton/CBS

A bad first leg was immediately proven to be a distant memory after two first and one third place finish for the team that seemed least-likely to make it very far. In Norway however, Liz and Mike showed themselves to be far from immune when it came to having issues in their partnership. Their battle at the mat was one of the more epic moments in the show’s history, especially for a team that was just told they weren’t being eliminated and had, in fact, been saved to run another leg. It doesn’t seem like their partnership will continue carrying them very far, though Mike has since taken to social media to express regret over how things played out.

Becca Droz and Floyd Pierce (#TeamFun):

TeamFun "The Amazing Race," Season 29 Becca and Floyd will keep having fun on “The Amazing Race” for a little while longer. Photo: Trae Patton/CBS

Except for the minor issue where Floyd briefly lost his passport, he and Becca have been one of the most entertaining and enjoyable teams to watch. They’re pretty strong when it comes to completing tasks, and their shared attitude to just have fun on the Race seems to be working for them. They could potentially make it to the final three, as long as they don’t have any other mishaps with their passports again.

Brooke Camhi and Scott Flanary (#TeamBrookeandScott):

TeamBrookeandScott, "The Amazing Race," Season 29 Brooke and Scott have some issues to overcome, but likely won’t be eliminated soon on “The Amazing Race.” Photo: Trae Patton/CBS

Sadly, things don’t seem to be boding well for Brooke and Scott. Brooke has taken issue with nearly every task since Leg 2. While Scott initially seemed to be okay with taking things on back then because Brooke had injured her elbow, since then, his frustration has started to show with sarcastic comments he has made to her throughout. However, despite the two seeming to have some issues onscreen, , there does seem to be some good will between the two, with Scott defending Brooke on Twitter when a fan went off about how often Brooke seemed to complain. If there is some connection between them, their issues won’t deter them from a top three finish.

Logan Bauer and London Kaye (#TeamLoLo):

TeamLoLo, "The Amazing Race," Season 29 London and Logan shouldn’t be sticking around long statistically, but their amazing relationship with one another will keep working in their favor and keep them around for a while longer on “The Amazing Race.” Photo: Trae Patton/CBS

Statistics for finishing in the top three are not really on Logan and London's side, with a consistent middle of the pack ranking that perches them close to the bottom every leg. However, their decision to stay out of all the drama, whether it’s between other teams or other partners, makes them strong enough to continue sticking around. While it still seems hard to believe they will emerge near the top of the pack based on their performance, their personalities and attitudes are making them popular with their fellow racers, and alliances are just as important when it comes to getting to the final three.

Which team will be eliminated next? Watch “The Amazing Race” Thursdays at 10 p.m. EDT on CBS to find out.